GNSS typically refers to equipment that can receive signals from multiple navigation satellite systems including the United States NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS), the Russian GLONAS system, the European Galileo system and the emerging Chinese Beidou system. By utilizing multiple available satellite signals, a GNSS receiver can provide improved navigation performance and signal availability.
Hosted in a software defined radio, this AFRL program will develop the security architecture required for the receiver equipment certifications. The arrival of modernized GPS signals and other constellations is changing the way the U.S. military accomplishes GNSS-based positioning, navigation and timing.
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